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Topic Title: Dragon quit
Topic Summary: Dragon quit when asleep for a couple of days
Created On: 07/27/2019 10:43 PM
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 Dragon quit   - Bob Malpede - 07/27/2019 10:43 PM  
 Dragon quit   - R. Wilke - 07/28/2019 05:09 AM  
 Dragon quit   - PG LTU - 07/28/2019 11:53 AM  
 Dragon quit   - Bob Malpede - 07/29/2019 03:39 PM  
 Dragon quit   - Lunis Orcutt - 07/28/2019 12:48 PM  
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 07/28/2019 05:09 AM
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R. Wilke
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Any wonderful ideas?

Yes, restarting Dragon not doing it like this again. If you leave Dragon in the "asleep" state, it actually goes on heeding out for the "wake up" command, thus going on to listen all the time, which will overload the buffer fairly soon enough since any other input will have to be processed also, in order to eliminate it. You might compare it to a watchdog who has been trained to react on one specific incident only, but will have to watch out for any other incidents also just to make sure he's not missing the right thing. Even such a dog would get tired eventually and would have to take a rest.

If you definitely don't use it for any amount of time lasting longer than 15 minutes perhaps, you should always turn the microphone completely off. Better yet, turn it off and on only for when you are actually speaking, would be my advice, as that will eliminate many of the input (extraoneous noise) related problems people are typically reporting here.


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